- Female history buffs, known as “reki-jo,” have been sending gifts for in-game characters based on historical figures to Japanese game developer Koei Tecmo’s offices in Yokohama.
- The company recently released a statement urging fans to stop sending chocolates to its fictional game characters.
- The announcement cited pandemic restrictions as its reasoning for the measure, suggesting that the “no-chocolate policy” may be temporary.
A video game company in Japan released a statement urging fans to stop sending chocolates to game characters for Valentine’s Day.
Developer Koei Tecmo, which creates games with historical figures from feudal Japan and China, has gained attention from female gamers with a special passion for history, reported SoraNews24.
A man who missed giving his girlfriend a token this recent Chinese “Valentine’s Day” made it up to her in the most extra way imaginable.
The celebration, which took place on May 20, saw lovers exchange gifts for each other, though tradition had most men alone prepare something special for the women in their lives.
A couple in Sichuan province, China made quite a scene on May 20th — often called Chinese Valentine’s Day — after the ungrateful woman slapped her partner a total of 52 times after her boyfriend failed to buy her a new phone.
The scene was captured on both surveillance footage and phone video footage from pedestrians, which clearly showed the woman berating the man and reaching out several times to slap his face while the man remains still and simply takes the abuse.
A 97-year-old husband showed just how much he loved his 99 year-old-wife by giving her a huge bouquet of roses.
He can be seen walking a bit shakily but determined to reach his wife, where he presents her with the arrangement of flowers.
While it is no secret that international action star, Donnie Yen has got some serious Valentine’s Day game, this year he upped the ante with something extra special for his wife, Cecilia Wang. (more…)
A company in Japan just opened up a service to ask out people on a Valentine’s Day date on behalf of their clients who are too shy to approach their crush.
The company, named Kokunavi, is a mashup of the words kokuhaku meaning “confession of love” and “navigation,” and will help their clients with the whole terrifying experience of trying to start a romantic relationship with the one they adore.
A Japanese noodle chain has recently launched its limited-time chocolate ramen just in time for the Valentine’s Day season.
The ramen, despite it’s name, is not entirely made out of chocolate. According to Grapee, the base of the soup is actually soy sauce but the ramen chain, Kourakuen, added cacao oil as well as a whole chocolate bar to give it a rich chocolate look.
Yunessun, a spa resort located in Hakone, Japan, is hosting another chocolate hot spring event for this year’s Valentine’s Day season.
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Ever wonder what goes on inside the mind of an Asian woman? Dating can be difficult, especially when your yellow fever is scaring away every female in your life.
If you’re on the lookout for an Asian girlfriend by Valentine’s Day, let the internet help you. After all, you know what they say: if you want to know what Asian women want in their love lives, just ask a mediocre white guy named Chad, Derek, John or Chuck, they’ll definitely know what they’re talking about.
A Chinese bus driver in Zhengzhou, the capital of China’s Henan province, uses his bus route as a matchmaking agency, and a quite successful one at that.
Yun Xi, also known affectionately as “Yue Lao on wheels” which is the deity of marriage, has been matchmaking on his bus since 2008.
Manop Nuttayothin is a 42-year-old man from Thailand who is in a “threelationship” with his two beautiful wives.
Social media users recently found about the happy “throuple” after one of his wives, 32-year-old Warissara Poksrichan, posted their photos on Valentine’s Day.